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Forum: Armchair-GMil y a 22 heures
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>soooonk</b></div><div>Agree with you on Parsons, although if hes a throw in, its good to have options.
Phillips has potential, but needs the opportunity.
I wouldn't say nobody wants Kylington, I just think the price is too high because of how good of a skater he is and how hard that is to find.
For OP, I think you would have to swap Monahan for Zary to make the trade work. Buffalo is going to want to get a lot younger.</div></div> You are correct Parsons is a throw in but throw in a prospect who does not play GK.
With Levi, Portillo and Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen the Sabres have a really good GK prospect pool.
Phillips is probably an OK prospect and he plays center.
Kylington is also and OK add on but he plays LD, with Dahlin, Powers, Hagg, Bryson, Samuelsson, and possibly McCabe and Pilut, Buffalo does not need another.
I think you need to keep Monahan in the trade to balance the cap. <div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>OrganizedConfusion55</b></div><div>What are you talking about?? Two legit NHLers, one in Tkachuk that is a Line 1 LW, and a 2nd line center, plus 2 first round picks.</div></div> Where does Tkachuk come into the conversation?
Was he in the trade originally?
Let's presume this is the asking price:
<strong>One young C </strong> Dillon Dube
<strong>A Prospect</strong> 2024 1st round pick (CGY) and 2022 3rd round pick (CGY)
<strong>B prospect</strong> Matthew Phillips
<strong>1st round pick</strong> 2022 1st round pick (CGY)
<strong>Salary back</strong> Sean Monahan
I think it punches all of the tickets. Monahan is not a pure cap dump, but the picks do not guarantee value.
Overall, I think it is a fair offer and Buffalo may accept it.
Replace Parsons and Kylington with a prospect of equal value and I cannot see Buffalo rejecting this offer.
Shibbal18 likes to think he could be an NHL GM and knows more than all of them combined.
Forum: Armchair-GMil y a 23 heures
Solid input from both of you.
I am a Sabre fan here and think this would be the MAX that Buffalo could expect in an Eichel trade.
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>mvp13</b></div><div>Any team trading for Eichel will be giving up 4 or more pieces... some extras here for the other guy...</div></div><div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>tsyls</b></div><div>Buffalo isn’t going to want 6 different players. They’ll want 3 or 4 at most that are of quality. That’s the issue. I thought the asking price for Eichel was something like:
One young C <strong>Chytil, Filip </strong>
A Prospect <strong>Kravtsov, Vitali</strong>
B prospect <strong>Jones, Zachary</strong>
1st round pick <strong>2022 1st round pick (NYR)</strong>
Salary back <strong>Strome, Ryan</strong>
<strong>If Hájek and 2022 2nd round pick (STL) are for Miller, Buffalo would be crazy to say no.</strong>
Likely don’t need to send as many pieces. I’m sure something like Chytil + Kakko + Schneider + Strome + 2022 1st would do it.
<strong>IMO, Buffalo would kill to get this return.</strong></div></div> I hope we can agree on this.
While Buffalo does not need D-men prospects, I think without Ristolainen, Miller will get more PP time and could return to his previous offensive output then the Sabres could flip him at the TDL.
TBH, I think Girgensons would be included in the trade instead of Miller.
I understand the Rangers are looking to add some grit to the bottom 6.
I am probably rating Zemgus too high but the 2022 2nd would be close to his value.
Forum: Armchair-GMSun at 6:00 pm
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Poehling</b></div><div>https://twitter.com/the_creasy/status/1419327529392001026?s=21</div></div> Thanks for the link. <div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Kotkaniemi15</b></div><div>More likely that C is referring to Suzuki. Which would be a no from Montréal.</div></div> Maybe but I structured it as this based on the tweet:
Young C (<strong>Kotkaniemi</strong>)
A prospect (<strong>Romanov</strong>/Guhle)
B prospect (<strong>Poehling</strong>/Ylonen)
1st RD Pick
Salary Dump (Byron/<strong>Drouin</strong>)
It is possible that Drouin needs a change and could return to his "18-'19 level
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Tarlam01</b></div><div>Would rather give a D than Ylonen, we have little to no one on the wings... Plus the guy that posted that on twitter isn't really the type of guy I would trust but.... If it's true like you said, I'd think twice about that one...</div></div> Well MTL would need to give up something of value, do you not agree. <div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Tarlam01</b></div><div>Suck having KA as GM. Litteraly just gave Reinhart, I don't think Eichel will fetch what some ppl are saying he will. Going to be a lot lower than that even though he's a fantastic player. Return will still be a lot. Expect something like the Jones return my friend</div></div> Not just Sam, but the entire draft. Rosen was pegged to be an early second or a late first, Poltapov was predicted to late in the second AFTER the Boston 2nd round pick.
So if KA did not make the trade with PHI, he could have had the same two players. <div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>kedogs00</b></div><div>Then there isn't a discussion to be had.</div></div> Well we can always negotiate. But look at the changes I made based on the tweet. Would you do that?

Let me add, I am happy that Drouin is currently considered a cap dump.
$5,000,000 for two goals is worse than Skinner.
Forum: Armchair-GMSat at 10:03 pm
<div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>DogDayCaps2</b></div><div>WTF a goalie drafted in the 7th round+ late 1st gets you SR? Risto literally got kings ransom this league is so confusing</div></div> <div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Deaner37</b></div><div>Levi looks very promising. Believe he won Canada gold this year at WJC</div></div> <div class="quote"><div class="quote_t">Quoting: <b>Ledge_And_Dairy</b></div><div>Canada didn't win</div></div> Canada took the Silver.
Levi was a brick wall in net.
0.75 GAA and 0.964 SV% over 7 games.
Dobber ranks him very low https://dobberprospects.com/team/florida-panthers/ giving him almost no chance of being in the NHL.
He did not play a single game for Northeastern University this past season, but he did excel the previous year the Carlton Place Canadians.
8 SO 1.47 GAA 34 won 2 lost 1 tied and a 0.941 SV%. https://www.hockeydb.com/ihdb/stats/pdisplay.php?pid=226016
Maybe he is ranked low because he is listed as 6'0" which is now considered short for a GK.
So if he is not a GREAT GK prospect Florida got Reinhart for cheap.
If he is a solid NHL GK, then it was a fair trade.
Because he is in College, Buffalo has several years before they need to sign him as he will not be in the NHL for several years.
If they wait too long, he could take the Cal Peterson path and opt not to sign with Buffalo and become a free agent.
Buffalo did not draft a GK this year, so I presume the discussions were near completion, just debating about the draft choice.
Getting him in a trade is a little strange, because, I presume they are close to signing Ullmark as they did not move him at the TDL plus they have Erik Portillo and Ukko-Pekka Luukkonen in the pipeline.
I guess one can never have too many GK prospects..
I thought I was clearing up the mess, but maybe I just muddied the waters. LOL

I forgot to add.
When I saw what Buchnevich returned to the Rangers, I knew the return for Reinhart would be poor.
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